Meta Morphosis (RIP figure skating / hail and rain)
A castle is overseeing the seaweed sand.
Underneath the dirt is gasping to be land.
Sea horses rushing out of the
ocean into the castles stand.
Glittering particles of the castles
heart breaking down into sea foam.
Shattered glass turns the crabs
effervescent as they roam.
The tide washes this humongous
castle that was once home.
The castle is gone but a flower appears.
Carousel music blows into my ears.
Ants tunnel into the sands worst fears.
The expectations of the dirt finally clears.
Here the ants have won through sweat and tears.
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